PALAZZIO CORPI SOHO HOTEL
Palazio Corpi Soho Hotel It was built for the Genoese shipbuilder Ignazio Corpi in 1873 by the Italian architect Giacomo Leoni, and the construction of the building lasted 9 years. After restructuring the building was used as the American Consulate for many. Building is now a part of Soho House Istanbul. The building has a classical exterior appearance, large stairway halls decorated with frescoes and paintings. The Great Hall with high ceilings depicts mythological heroes such as Diana, Neptune, Muses, Graces, and Bacchantes. The place has a classic decoration. The project includes Palazzo Corpi, the main building, as well as the Annex and Chancery buildings. The restoration and renovation works of Annex and Chancery buildings were carried out within the scope of the project.
Employer: Bilgili Holding
Location: Tepebaşı Beyoğlu İstanbul
Area: 9000 m²
Site Chief: Bahadır Doğan